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the fbi to track hate crimes against sikhs. joining them are representatives from homeland's security and the justice department. we will recognize the senators as they arrive and then we will turn to our witnesses. there is a significant amount of interest in today's hearing. for those who could not get a seat in the hearing room, we have very much alive and video feed next door in room 226. last month, in oak creek, a wisconsin, a white supremacist shot and killed six sikh worshipers. the founder -- his picture is on my far right -- he fought off the gunman with a butter knife which gave the others in the temple time to seek refuge. he leaves behind his wife, two sons and three grandchildren. his son and nephew are with us today. our deepest condolences go to them. [reading name] she was there for her morning prayers. she was devoted for her son's. working long hours so that they can go to school, they are here today. we will hear from her later in that hearing. you and our family -- you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. the next picture -- he immigrated to the united
of an on going fbi investigation and the department does not have the technology needed to block sensitive portions of the call. anita. >> a batch of apples brought in by a teacher at ballou high caused an emergency disaster response. three kids became ill after eating the apples. they were transported to a hospital. several more were treated at the scene. tested the air and the apple, found nothing suspicious, but the remaining fruit was carried away for further testing. >>> the teachers shouldn't have brought in the apples. so that's the problem that i had with it. >> you don't think teachers and vol tears volunteers should be bringing in food from the outside? >> i don't think she did it? >> did you taste the apples? >> good, delicious. >> fire officials on the scene did not believe the student illness to be serious, no official word from the school system. the teacher told emergency responders the apples came from her family farm in pennsylvania. >>> arlington county police are investigating what they are calling an attempted enticement near patrick henry elementary school. it h
not say. they said they were waiting for more facts. let the f.b.i. investigation move forward. but the news organization found the diary, but the f.b.i. could not? >>shepard: welcome to new york, ed. a crack down in libya on the mily i can'ts -- militias with the libyan army reporting they raided several outposts removing the leaders of two power will militant groups. yesterday the libyan president ordered the militias to submit to government control or break apart entirely. the libyan leader seizing on the i i growing outrage. on friday tens of thousands condemned the deaths and those who killed them of the well liked ambassador, chris stevens, and three others, the outcry that secretary of state, hillary clinton praised. >> the people of benghazi sent this message loudly and clearly on friday when they forcefully rejected the extremists in their midst and reclaimed the honor and dignity of a courageous city. >>shepard: there are still big questions as to whether the libyan government has the muscle to get the army, rather, the militias under control. on top of that, the gove
, f.b.i. agent was interviewed on the alex jones show and he said bill ayers would be betrayed by his own familiar friend and that 487 minutes from the beginning of his interview with alex jones, bill ayers, wearing a white vesture and garment would be eating a cheeseburger at mcdonald's and keel over dead and then it happened you would say larry's a profit. but we're not talking about 487 minutes before the big event. we're talking about 487 years. everybody was dead. you know, in the dead sea scrolls they found -- this is three or four centuries before christ, the comments of jews in regards to this prophesy and they shed much light that gabriel never used in the prophesy. they said it was 10 jubilees. gabriel said no, and understand from the command to build and restore jerusalem under the prince there would be seven weeks and three score and two weeks. >> president chiu: thank you very much. any other members of the public that wish to speak in general public comment? seeing none, general public comment is closed. madam clerk, could you call adoption calendar. >> clerk calvillo: 4
attorneys on alert. if you see your name pop up used by someone else, contact the fbi, maryland state bar and local police. you might want to check your credit report and bank account to get the verdict. joce sterman, abc2 news. >>> if you are curious, we will post the story on the website this morning, if you want information on scams, joce sterman has you covered. head to abc2news.com, when you get to the website, click on the money tab. >>> game was delayed because someone ran onto the field wearing a cape. the video was posted on youtube. see the man jump over the fence near the cheerleaders and make a run for it. if the guy looks familiar, it's because, he is. this is the same guy back on opening day at camden yards, same guy, mark harvey, e ludes secure out there for two minutes. the orioles baned the guy from the ballpark for life. harvey is referred at the baltimore batman. >> is it worth it? he is banned from the park for life. >> he will be on chore. >> you love that man. >> i do. he is going to make a tour around the ballparks, nfl stadiums. >> it was nice yesterday. it wasn't
. if you see your name being use bid someone, contact the fbi, local bar and maryland state police. joce sterman, abc2 news. >>> in health fumes tonight it's a common problem but some children are embarrassed to talk about it -- constipation. signs and symptoms in children are difficult to spot. red flags may include a lack of appetite, stomach aches, bed wetting or long periods of time on the potty. >> people go on vacations. people are stressed. people don't want to use public toiletith children going to school or staying over friend's. >> the doctor said if constipation goes on long enough even growth and development can be affected, so it's important to treat it sooner rather than later. >> a new study, the largest of its kind looks at breast cancer on a genetic level it. maps out the origins by analyzing tumors from hundreds of patients. it breaks it down into four categories and in some cases acts like other cancers. they have to wait for the clinical trials. it's a process that can take up to 10 years or more. we want to remind you to get involved. the 20th annual race for the cur
is the scary one. the fbi says there is an attack coming out of those few racks over there, and they walked out with several companies entire computer set up just because some guy in one of those was doing a bad thing. that is scary. >> unfortunately, we have time for only one last question. weber has the microphone, please. then maybe it is a mistake, but i have the microphone. i came to this lecture trying to find a definition of what cloud computing is. maybe i understand a little better, but i still do not have its in the simple terminology that i understand. my other question is from my point of view as a user of computing services, i have recently had the experience with a couple of banks going through a total change of their website, which caused me no end of aggravation to try to continue my accessing of my data, and i had the feeling, and i think you kind of touched on this, that for maybe financial reasons or because you technology people are so influential in the world you convinced these banks they had to do this, it just really made my life miserable for a couple of weeks trying to
work, tracking militant extremist groups in the region. they also say that at least some fbi agents are on the ground in benghazi. we've got a couple of sources saying otherwise but all agree that the insecurity situation in this country is making detective work on this crime very difficult indeed. finally, patti ann, back to that new word about the last hours of ambassador stevens. the libyan government is now saying he was alive when libyan civilians found him inside that smokey consulate building. then they brought him out, brought him to a hospital where he then died. a doctor at the hospital said he tried very hard to save him and just couldn't. back to you. patti ann: greg palkot live in trend polely. thank you. jon: well with the white house is taking heat for repeated statements that the attack on our consulate in libya grew out of a spontaneous protest. chris wallace put it very bluntly to one of the president's top campaign advisors. >> ambassador rice give the american people bad information? jon: so things got very interesting from there. we'll show you how it all played
with fixing it. things like the supervision of the process of investigation is very different for the fbi then it is for atf. my basic question is why? why does fbi have one supervising and atf has a different process overseen by the same doj. the scope of the task that you mention in your report with atf if there is irregular functioning criminal function overlap at times and there are obvious issues. and i'm going to either tunica comment. the size of the agency and what they're trying to accomplish. as i read through your report, got to page 338 and there was a very interesting comment that basically alluded to the fact that atf of phoenix is over their head. they were trying to take on the massive task in outlets like they were trying to accomplish something big, but they didn't have the right people, were not coordinated this particular group of asians were in way over their head and should not be engaged. again, goes back to the scope of the task. i've got one more issue it to visit, but i want to talk about the issue of regulatory versus criminal responsibility in the task given to
about how to fix up the beltway near the american legion bridge. >>> the police and fbi agents who caught the former marine responsible for firing at several military buildings will be honored today. yonathan melaku pled guilty to shooting the at the pentagon and two recruiting centers back in 2010. the shootings caused thousands of dollars of damage. the officers who caught him will be recognized tonight at the annual shield awards ceremony. it's sponsored by the anti-defamation league. >>> a flight attendant could face disciplinary action when her gun went off at the airport. screeners found her gun and called the police. when the screeners picked up the gun, it fired, hitting a nearby wall. no one was hurt. the flight attendant said she forgot she had the gun in her handbag. she did have a permit to carry a firearm but was given a citation for disorderly conduct. >>> firefighters are hoping to use a break in the weather to get several wildfires under control. forecasters expected lightning and high winds to whip up flames or spark new fires over the weekend, but that weather nev
would like to hear a strong rebuttal to this. yesterday the senate committee heard from the fbi director and the director of counterintelligence, counterterrorism. they both basically said this problem is getting much worse than it has in the past. international terrorism and even home grown terrorism. the president ever from the very beginning is crumbling before our very eyes. i would hope that mr. romney would see this as an opportunity to come out very strongly and say, look, look at what has happened in egypt, libya, syria, iran, of course, is taking over iraq. you are having problems and saudia arabia, pakistan, afghanistan seems to be going in the wrong direction. there is not a place in that entire area where we can call terribly friendly at this point and quite frankly could explode. lou: there are a host of questions, obviously, that pertain to the days we are living through here. ambassador, very quickly, the idea that the hundred governor romney has not responded with great sharp focus, he is disappointing to many. there seems to as well be, as i brought up, with ed henry at
? was in phoenix or the fbi office in phoenix and what do we know about that? >> guest: with this in perspective. the alcohol tobacco and firearms bureau is the main regulator of the firearms of the united states, yet the problem is that legal firearms are used and for crimes. less than 1% involving guns involve the lawfully obtained firearms. murder and so on these are almost always using black market guns so the agency for a long time wanted jurisdiction to expand its operations because -- had the needed to have an area that the lawfully obtained firearms were used to expand the jurisdictions. at the center and the political party also wanted about a recent supreme court case that had identified the second amendment, and they wanted to bring back the gun control so there was an ideological agenda and a career agenda. the operation had been tried on a wide receiver but there were more controls in place and the operation was a failure. it wasn't a dangerous failure as fast and furious but they decided to double their mistake early in the obama year. how far it went with the president involved in
alone killed. >>> the fbi in washington is not commenting on the status of it's investigation they are on the ground but are not in benghazi. the libyan government itself has been conducting an investigation as well. >>> it is time to take a look at who is talking. we are hearing from president obama and mitt romney and the president and his republican opponent sitting down with 60 minutes discussing the election foreign relations and their idea of the economy. here is what president obama had to say about the job growth. >> the jobs plan the jobs bill isn't that your responsibility? >> i take full responsibility for everything but you are asking two questions. you are asking number one have i been able to get every plan that would work through a republican congress that says it's number one priority was beating me as opposed to helping the american people. there is no doubt i have been disappointed in trying to get more cooperation from those folks. that's something we have to continue to do. the second question you are asking, though, is has what we have done worked? the fac
, private sector contracts, food safety. they will have to squeeze money out of all of those areas, fbi, fema. food assistance, education grants. they will be taking a hatchet and just cutting programs so that they can abide by the law, the law to cut all of these costs. >> those look like the obvious big chunks. when you go to another chunk and that is research and development. can you sort of outline for me what sort of a tipping point is that? >> so a lot of people who follow science and innovation are concerned. if we are going to lead into the next century we have to maintain our innovative edge. the fiscal cliff will mean big cuts to federally funded research. and this is the way one of the industry groups has looked at this. 200,000 job cuts by next year. the cost of gdp could be $860 billion. so what does that mean? how much is that? if you look at the low end of estimates for what the economy will be hurt, how badly hurt by just cuts it is six months of new vehicle perches, two years of airline travel, six years of professional sporting events. that is the impact it would have.
. >> kimberly: they sent in the f.b.i. days later, the crime scene is compromised and now they can't find out the truth about what happened because they don't want to. >> eric: this is important. pakistani minister offered $100,000 bounty to find the filmmaker. there he is, he is one of the pakistani ministers. where is the outrage from the state department about this? >> dana: if i were president obama i would cancel my appointment on "the view" or cancel my dinner plans an demanded to see the pakistani prime minister and said to him at the u.n. knock it off now. the problem is they are the ones who apologize for america because of the united states taxpayers exercising first amendment rights and did a video. use it as an excuse. >> bob: this is the same minister in pakistan allowed the islamist schools to take place where the terrorism is being taught. this is not surprising. if 100 people were involved in this thing, if that story is true, no amount of marine, normal marine security would have stopped that. >> dana: intel could have beforehand. why do we know -- >> kimberly: that is not ev
concerns, the f.b.i. is investigating. former u.n. ambassador told fox news megyn kelly today the content of the stevens' journal may expose, "a failing in the overall approach to the region." >> but i'm sure that if he believed that security was a problem, he would have informed the state department diplomatic security bureau. they would have made a threat assessment and should have taken the necessary steps. the fact that he and three other americans were killed by definition shows there was a massive failure of security. >> at first, cnn only cited an individual familiar with stevens' thinking. a few days later, anderson cooper disclosed the existence of the journal. enter felepe reynes, aide to hillary clinton. he told cnn they lack humanity to fail to allow assurances to the stevens family to return the journal promptly and not report on personal details. cnn executives dispute that. now enter hastings for buzzfeed.com facing his best known for an article he wrote for "rolling stone" magazine a couple of years back that resulted in the firing of generally stanley mcchrystal. hastings
investigating the crash, but they say alcohol was not a factor. >>> the police and fbi agents who caught the former marine responsible for firing at several military buildings will be honored today. yonathan melaku pled guilty to shooting at the pentagon, quantico, and two marine recruiting centers. no one was injured, but he did cost thousands of dollars of damage. tonight's shield ceremony will honor them. >>> tonight a former university professor convicted of murder will receive a life sentence. amy bishop is charged with killing three of her colleagues and injuring three others at the university of alabama huntsville in 2010. bishop struck a plea deal two weeks ago that will spare her the death penalty, but she'll spend the rest of her life in prison. witnesses say she was digruntled after being denied teen you'nure university. >>> a scary moment as a flight attendant's gun went off at the airport in philadelphia. when an officer picked the gun up, it fired, hitting a nearby wall. no one was hurt. the flight attendant forgot she had the gun in her handbag. she did have a permit to ca
. they included the fbi and several local agencies who were able to track down a began man for a shooting in northern virginia. >>> at 5:34, it is time for another your money report. jessica doyle is off today. >>> frustrations with pepco could soon be on the rise if their utility repair men -- repair men go on strike. pepco is calling its current set of terms the last best and final offer. >>> today the maryland public service commission will debate a provision that added insult to injury for many utility customers after the june 29th storms. the bill's adjustment allows utility providers to collect a surcharge from customers to compensate their losses in the first 24 hours of a major outage event. allowing this charge is not leading to any significant improvements. >>> comcast is kicking off the second year of its intnet essentials in washington to provide high speed internet at low cost for low income families. today at kramer middle school the company will announce an expansion of the program. the project allows family who qualify for reduced price school lunches to get broadband inte
like the mini fbi. second part was oversight mechanism where we will do reports congress every quarter and special audits we will do. >> where did you get your authority? >> from congress, from this legislation. it provided that we had all the authorities of any inspector general which are these similar type of oversight agency that's are attached to each department and many agencies within the federal government. >> you say in your group, you weren't terribly impressed by the number of inspector generals. how many are there? >> there are 64 or 65 different i.gs. when i came down to washington, i didn't know what an i.g. did. my experience as a prosecutor, we run into law enforcement arms and they will be our agent. i started up a mortgage fraud unit and i was dealing with the inspector generals. i didn't know the big picture of what an i.g. was doing. the first thing i did was go around and meet the different i.g.s. starting with the meetings over the next couple years, i found the inspector's general unfortunately they suppose to be these fierce watchdogs looking out for waste, fraud
they knew more than just the layout of our u.s. consulate in libya. the fbi pressing in trying to determine if the deadly attack on the consulate was an inside job. investigators say they want to know how much they knew in advance. our u.s. ambassador and three other americans killed there. a militias behind the attack are starting to disband. and to break apart in the wake of the violent protests. and at the national zoo in washington, a giant panda cub born just six days ago has died. keepers heard distress signs from the mom, and they got there, the cub was dead. these animals are born about the size of a stick, and back to huckabee. >> mike: when republican criticize health care, democrats come up with a response like these. >> i've been searching for the republican alternative, there is no republican alternative. >> and see the republican alternative i'm sorry to say is nonexistent. >> the shrill voices of oppo ramped up for weeks, loudly spreading fabrication and fear and remarkably silent when asked to produce answers of their own. >> frankly, i don't know what they want. said 131 da
that the fbi. the second part was this oversight mechanism where we would do these reports to congress every quarter and special reports and special audits we would do of specific programs. >> where did you get your authority? >> from congress, this legislation. it provided that we had all the authority of any inspector general which are these similar type of oversight agencies that are attached to each department and many agencies within the federal government. >> you say in your book, you were not terribly impressed by the number of inspectors general of around town. how many are they? >> i think there are 64 or 65 different ones. one of the things -- when i first came to washington, i did not know what -- know what and i g did. my experience as prosecutor, we would occasionally run into other law enforcement arms. for while i was doing mortgage fraud cases, i started up a mortgage fraud unit and i was dealing with the inspector general from hud, very good law enforcement agents. but i did not know the big picture of what's an ig was doing -- when i got the job one of the first thing that
. it was wildly successful beyond their dreams and to be able to kill the american face in libya. >> the fbi is not commentog the status of its investigation . the agents are on the ground and they are not in benghazi itself . >> gretchen: thank you so much, kelly. >> steve: 67th annual united nation's general assemy will kick off. our president will make a speech but not meet with them. but he will meet with the ladies of the view. that was the topic of rogert bibs and chris wallace. watch >> i want to go back to the un and new york this week. he's got schedules and foreign leaders have schedules, but the president has blocked out time to appear on the view on tuesday, so he has time for whoopy goldberg but not world leaders? >> no, chris, look, the president will be actively involved with the un. >> he's giving a speech. >> chris, they have telephones in the white house. he talked to the leader in libya. we don't need a meeting in washington to confer with leaders. >> but he has -- >> i am sure if he would do an brew with you on fox news, you would have no problem. >> he hasn't. that's not
. martha: could be. how does all this impact the fbi investigation going on there into the death of ambassador stevens and three other americans? >> reporter: martha, the word we're getting on the ground from benghazi it is calm. authorities are more in control. that is a good thing. the word also been getting on the ground here that the fb i-team sent to this country to investigate the crime has been hampered, maybe even blocked from the benghazi situation and the crime scene there. so that could help. overall, frankly also the public is going after the very militant groups that a lot of people suspect had a real hand in the killing of ambassador stevens and the other americans. that might be a good thing. as for the libyan authorities we're not exactly sure how fast that investigation is going forward. we met with one official today. he claims to me that they have 25 suspects in custody. but frankly in the past week or so we have heard one number, number two, number three numbers for arrests and suspects. one other concern about the crackdown, martha, the militants are being fo
. robert levinsohn has not been seen since march of 2007 when the retired fbi agent was on a business trip. his wife says ahmadinejad can help keep the search alive. >>> in california a high school has been turned into an evacuation center as a large wildfire burns near the border. the wildfire has destroyed four structures. mandatory evacuations in place. >>> break out the peanuts and pretzels. a beer truck overturned in san antonio. police say the truck driver took the exit too fast and spilled some of the nearly 8,000 beer cans it was carrying. the ramps were shut down for several hours. >>> now is your chance to talk back. the question for you this morning. should the united nations impose limits on the iranian leader's speech. mahmoud ahmadinejad was told to cool it, in other words, tone down his rhetoric this week after an iranian general was quoted as saying iran could launch a preemptive strike against israel. >> translator: of course, the zionists are very adventuresome, very much seeking to fabricate things and i think they see themselves at the end of the line. and i do firmly b
, what happened there. they say it's off limits because it's an intelligence matter. the fbi isn't even in benghazi yet. they have not secured that site which is how journalists can wander through and have picked up -- >> "the new york times" is reporting today, "new york times" reporting today in a major column on a major story, attacking libya was a major blow to cia efforts. that was an important place. they were watching important terrorist activity. those cia agents have been compromised in terms of f their ability to do what they wanted to do. >> there, i'm sure, are many agencies active in that area. the responsibility for security for the ambassador and his staff falls -- and diplomatic security which is part of this state department, which is why they are under fire and why there's so much pressure to fill in some of the blanks. journalists are trying to do that. we know the state department has to produce a report in 60 days to congress. it's not clear how detailed the information is going to be. >> a lot more news this week. margaret, thank you. good to see you. >>> southern
there they say is off limits because of an intelligence matter. according to the fbi isn't even in benghazi yet. they haven't secured that site is how journalists can wander through. >> the "new york times" reporting a major story attack in libya was a major blow to cia efforts, that was an important place and they were watching some important terrorist activity and those cia agents have been compromised in terms of their ability to do what they wanted to do. >> i'm sure there are many agencies active in that area, so responsibility for security for the ambassador and his staff falls on diplomatic security which is part of the state department, which is why they are under fire and why there's so much pressure to fill in some of the blanks. journalists are trying to do that. the state department has to produce a report in 60 days to congress. it's not clear how detailed that information will be. >> a lot more news. >>> southern california firefighters are battling two fast-moving wildfires. one near los angeles and east of san diego near the mexican border on the campo indian reservation. no inj
accountability then the fbi? >> my understanding is i was not here when the -- was enacted. we should operate on equivalent terms as them. it is true to some extent of the structure. i think it makes sense for us to be on par with others. that would be my sense of it. >> that is a choice we have to make. i have concerns. i want to quickly talk. we have a big somali community in columbia, ohio. -- in columbus, ohio. these remittances are truly lifelines for those folks. and other folks that are immigrants and trying to help family back home. i am curious, when i read your rules and every the comments from those, it sounds like a closed networks like western union and money gramm will be able to comply with your february deadline. a lot of the wireless services -- a lot of the wire services might have real trouble with that. have you been told that and doesn't give you cause for concern? what it tells me is there will be less competition and more expensive costs to these remittances and less access. is it something you are aware of and are you willing to do something to give folks time to make
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